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The Cartersville City Council’s first July session was devoted more to housekeeping than governance. Assistant City Manager Dan Porta conveyed a request ftom the fiber department to upgrade network switches to allow better internet access and … more
Jody Darby is someone who always wants to improve at his job. The executive director of student financial services at Chattahoochee Technical College recently graduated from the Technical College System of Georgia’s 2015-16 Executive Leadership … more
With the temporary exhibit “New Acquisitions” drawing to a close, Booth Western Art Museum patrons have until July 31 to view recent additions to the venue’s permanent collection. Obtained over the past two years, the artwork is on display in … more
A 5-year-old male was transported to a nearby hospital after he was ejected from a vehicle during a rollover wreck on Interstate 75 Tuesday night. At approximately 6:54 p.m. Tuesday, officials with Bartow County Emergency Medical Services … more
The man injured in a Fourth of July motorcycle accident in Bartow County has died, according to local officials. The motorcycle was involved in a three-vehicle accident that occurred around 12:30 p.m. July 4, an accident that also involved a 2008 … more
Describing his appointment as an honor, Cartersville Fire Chief Scott Carter recently was named to the Georgia State Indemnification Commission. He was among 21 board appointments and reappointments Gov. Nathan Deal announced Friday. “I was … more
An interactive water park at Euharlee’s Osborn Park is the latest recreational proposal to cross the City Council’s agenda. “We had a meeting back in 2014 and discussed the idea of a waterpark here in Euharlee that would provide the same … more
Attending a conference about science and technology helped Kaleb Miller take another step toward his career goals. The home-schooled senior was chosen as a delegate of the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders, which took place last … more
Emphasizing the importance of early detection, the Alzheimer’s Association’s Georgia chapter will present “Know the 10 Signs” Tuesday. Starting at 10 a.m., the one-hour educational program will be offered at the Bartow County Senior … more
If Bartow residents can’t go to the mountain, then the mountain will come to Bartow residents. As part of its “Celebration Summer” program, the Cartersville Public Library is hosting “The National Park Service and Kennesaw Mountain: A … more
Working on the one-person vessel since October, Irina Garner and her fellow AmeriCorps interpretive rangers will launch their dugout canoe in the Etowah River Saturday. Dedicating about 140 hours to the endeavor, they are continuing to share their … more
One man and one woman were injured in a one-vehicle accident when the motorcycle they were riding on left the roadway Monday. The accident occurred at Red Top Mountain Road at Webster’s Ferry. At approximately 12:30 p.m., officials with Bartow … more
Officials have identified the man who died as a result of drowning in Lake Allatoona Saturday afternoon. Miguel Ajpop-Diaz, of Calhoun, was declared dead after he was pulled from the lake near Gatewood Park at approximately 4 p.m. Saturday. … more
As a member of the Brew Crew, Steve Dougherty is continuing to embrace retirement, with frequent travels down Bartow’s back roads. Aided by the complimentary amenities provided at Sosebee Cycling Park, the Cartersville resident and his fellow … more
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